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In this episode of Intelligent Money Minute, we interviewed Matt Hougan, Chairman of Inside ETFs on the implications of implementing a digital dollar. The world is changing rapidly, and so is our financial system. As Matt mentioned, it appears to be easier and cheaper to transfer money digitally using blockchain and cryptocurrency technologies. There are of course many risks, so you may need a financial guide on your journey. We’d love to be considered your financial accountability partner to help you navigate through the emotional rollercoaster our markets provide.
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Matt Hougan Bio
Matt Hougan is one of the world’s leading experts on crypto, ETFs, and financial technology. He is the Global Head of Research for Bitwise Asset Management, creator of the world’s first cryptocurrency index fund. Hougan is also Chairman of Inside ETFs, the world’s largest ETF conference. He was previously CEO of ETF.com, where he helped build the world’s first ETF data and analytics system. Hougan is co-author of the CFA Institute’s Monograph on ETFs. He’s also a crypto columnist for Forbes and a three-time member of the Barron’s ETF Roundtable. For more resources from Matt Hougan click here.